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Bike Park Season Passes are now on sale at Grand Targhee

ALTA, Wyo. — Winter is over, spring is in the air and summer will be here before you know it. Grand Targhee Resort has announced that their summer Bike Park Season Passes are now on sale!

Grand Targhee may be best known for world-class powder skiing but there is more than one way to shred Fred’s Mountain; introducing downhill mountain biking. This summer, take advantage of chairlifts and ride up before riping down one of the trails in Targhee’s Bike Park.

Voted #2 in the Top 5 Best Bike Parks in the Northwest region on MTBparks.com three years running, Targhee’s spectacular singletrack trails wind through wildflower meadows and miles of technical lift-serviced downhill trails.

With incredible surrounding trails, both on Teton Pass and at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, the region is slowly and quietly becoming a downhill mecca. During the summer months when the West is sweltering, Grand Targhee and the Tetons might be the most extraordinary, cool temperature riding in the lower 48 To get familiar with all the surrounding trails in the area check out Mountian Bike The Tetons.

Grand Targhee Mountain Bike Park delivers over 2,200 vertical feet and 17 miles of lift-serviced downhill trails. You’ll find a wide variety of trails that fit any type of rider, from beginner to expert. Challenge your skills as you progress from the Shoshone lift to the Dreamcatcher lift.

Nice Marmot, our newest intermediate downhill trail from the Summit, offers two miles of machine-built trail. This trail is great for progression. Blondie is an experts-only top-to-bottom fall-line downhill trail. It challenges the most hardcore riders. This is your next stop on the summer downhill biking road trip!

Mark your calendars as Bike Park Season Passes go on sale April 15, 2021! We look forward to seeing you on June 18, 2021 for opening day.

Mountain Bike Park Pass Perks

  • 10% off Bike School (camps not included)*
  • TWO Buddy Tickets per season, 20% discounts for Bike Park Tickets**
  • 5% off Food & Beverage
  • 20% off on selected slopeside lodging (Restrictions may apply)**
  • 10% off Teton Mountain Outfitters & Habitat Retail (excluding the purchase of bikes)

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